Sin is like a breach in a city wall. Then shame and death comes flooding in leaving us starting a rubble heap of destruction and enslavement. Can our lives be rebuilt into a holy habitation? Learn how self-control is needed to rebuild the walls of your life.
Hallelujah is said and sung often, but do we really know what it means? Join us as we answer the question, "what is the meaning of Hallelujah."
Learn the importance of studying Hebrew, the Bible's original language. In this post, I introduce the concepts of transliteration and translation to show the importance of being able to study Hebrew words.
The story of the prodigal son reveals insights into the relationship between the Jew and Gentile. We can glean important lessons about how we are fellow heirs and should learn to rejoice for our common salvation!
What does the name Jesus mean? In this article, we look at the Hebrew name Yeshua to understand the nature and prophetic role of the Son of God.
Every person will at some point struggle with how to handle their finances in a biblical way. Join us as we explore five key biblical areas that help guide the believer towards an anxious-free approach of money.
God gives Peter a vision in Acts chapter 10. This vision would begin to break down the separation that existed between believing Jews and god-fearing Gentiles. To this day, It's a vision that is commonly misunderstood and generally misinterpreted. As we'll learn, Peter's vision isn't about being able to eat unclean food, rather it's about God accepting the Gentile believer coming into faith and community.
The phrase "under the law" is one of the most crucial phrases for a believer to understand and interpret correctly. Through looking at the context and cultural of Paul's time and by comparing his epistles, we set out in this article to correctly define and interpret "under the law". We also attempt to correct misunderstandings that have plagued Biblical hermeneutics and caused much confusion surrounding this topic. Come learn with...
Paul's epistle to the Galatians has been used over the centuries to teach that Gentile believers no longer need to obey our Father's Torah. But is this what Paul actually argues? Examining these three key themes (gospel, justification, and law) is essential to unlocking our understanding of what Paul conveys to his beloved Galatians.